What is a response time?
An ambulance response time is defined as the time it takes an ambulance and paramedics to arrive on-scene from the time the 9-1-1 call is received.
How are response times reported?
Ambulance response times for Prince Edward...
Island EMS provides emergency and non-urgent ambulance service across the province 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The cost is subsidized for Island residents with a valid PEI Health Card. Emergency service is fully covered for Island seniors.
Emergency department wait times are approximate and are intended for information purposes only. The wait times are updated every five minutes.
Kings County Memorial Hospital (8 a.m. – 8 p.m.)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (24 hours/...
Ambulance, Fire, Police: 9-1-1
24 hour telephone service for emergencies requiring immediate help.
811 Telehealth: 8-1-1
24 hour telephone service for non-emergency health information. Dial 7-1-1 (TTY), if you are hearing impaired.
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If you require out-of-province medical treatment, a PEI liaison nurse can be a helpful resource for you and your family.
What will a PEI liaison nurse do for me?
A PEI liaison nurse is a registered nurse who can:
connect you to other health care...
Any community or organization with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for public use is encouraged to register the life-saving device with Health PEI Emergency Health Services. The AED registry allows emergency responders to quickly locate the...
What is the 'Wait Time'?
The estimated wait time is approximately how long it will take from the time you are registered to the time you are seen by a physician.
How is the estimated wait time determined?
The estimated wait time for each patient...